TRPtv is your inside look into how The Resurrection Project is working with partners and neighbors to create healthy communities throughout Chicago.
On TRPtv, you’ll find out about community news, resources, and events happening in vibrant neighborhoods like Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards, and Melrose Park.
TRPtv’s mission is to provide access to information in the areas of immigration, community safety, housing, financial wellness, and other topics relevant to helping create a healthy communities in Chicago.
TRP TV staff includes: Ulises Silva (Executive Producer), Diana Pando (Producer & Host), and Luiz Magana (Producer, Director, and Editor)
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In this episode of TRPtv, La Casa students discuss why the programs at La Casa have helped stabilize them academically.
ELLAS (En La Lucha A Sobrevivir, or In the Fight to Survive) is a breast cancer support group created by The Resurrection Project. The goal: to provide Latinas, one of the most at-risk demographics for breast cancer, the support and resources they need to fight breast cancer.
TRP offers free workshops and counseling for people interested in purchasing their first home. At our annual housing fair in Cicero, we connected people with lenders and Realtors to help them get on the path to successful home ownership.
TRP hosted a six-week Entrepreneur Training Program to help area small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs gain the skills they need to succeed.
The Resurrection Basketball League takes place every year throughout different gang hotspots in Pilsen. The goal? To engage area youth in sports and to promote a message of peace in our neighborhoods. In this episode, meet some of the young leaders making a difference in their neighborhoods.
For years, TRP has worked with partners on safety initiatives to help address violence in Pilsen and other communities. In this episode, we highlight our work with the Mayor’s Office and a new education campaign to engage neighbors in order to address recent gang activity in Pilsen.
TRP celebrated its 2014 La Casa graduates with a first annual ceremony highlighting the importance of higher education in our communities.
TRP and its partners announced the launch of a new Citizenship Application Loan that is helping to remove the financial barrier to citizenship for our communities.